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Ubiquiti Titanium 5GHz Sector Mid Gain Variable (AM-M-V5G-Ti)

Manufacturer: Ubiquiti Networks
Product model: AM-M-V5G-Ti
GTIN: 0810354020940
Stock: out of stockout of stock
Packaging: 4 pcs/carton
Your price: 123.98 EUR 
Ubiquiti Titanium Sector antenna
This high class 2x2 MIMO antenna offers highest performances, especially in co-location deployments. Antenna uses both - vertical and horizontal - polarizations which give the possibility to use highest possible datarates offered by 802.11n and airMAX technologies. Unique feature of Titanium Sectors is variable beamwidth which can be adjusted depending on implementation need (the gain of the antennas is variable also as it depends on the beamwidth). The antenna is compatible with Rocket M5, Rocket M5 GPS and of course Rocket M5 Titanium.

Adjustable Beamwidth Configuration
Having adjustable beamwidth options enhances scalability and streamlines inventory. The airMAX Titanium Sector may be custom configured for any deployment requiring a 60°, 90°, or 120° sector.
Antenna gain increases respectively with each decrease in beamwidth. Gain is 15 dBi at 120°, 16 dBi at 90°, and 17 dBi at 60°.

Dimensions 385 x 149 x 76 mm
Weight 3.25 kg (with Brackets)
Frequency Range 5.45 - 5.85 GHz
Beamwidth Angles 60°/ 90°/ 120°
(Beamwidth Dependent)
17 dBi @ 60°
16 dBi @ 90°
15 dBi @ 120°
Electrical Downtilt
Wind Survivability 125 mph
Wind Loading 15 lbf @ 100 mph
Polarization Dual Linear
Cross-Pol Isolation 25 dB Typical
F/B Ratio 35 dB Typical
Max. VSWR 1.7:1
RF Connectors 2 RP-SMA Connectors (Weatherproof )
Compatible Radios RocketM5 Titanium, RocketM5 RocketM5 GPS
Mounting Pole Mount (Kit Included)
ETSI Specification EN 302 326 DN2
Certifications CE, FCC, IC
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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 09 April, 2013.
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